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Time Trial & Registration script & User Login

Time Trial & Registration script & User Login

Time Trial & Registration script & User Login

(OP)
Has anyone:
1) a time trial script or .fm7 file ?

2) a registration script with a dialog that user can give a serial number that is stored to database and i give it to user

3) a username and password dialog with values from database and NOT from filemaker Account and Privelgs ?

any help will needed.

thnks
philip g.

 

RE: Time Trial & Registration script & User Login

1. Capture the SystemDate and time into a TimeStamp field.
Parse the date out and base the control script on this date, after you flag the first opening date/time of the application.

2. Capture f.i. the first and last name of the user. Make a hash calculation field, result number, based on this field, on a layout not accessible for the user.
Ask the user to send you the data of the first & last name exactly as they enter it. Make the calc based on the same hash and send this result tothe user.

3. I would argue against not using the Accounts and Privileges. Nothing can beat the use of it on security level.

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